This exclusive 90 plus wine club not only offers premium collector series wines that rank 90 points or greater on trusted wine scales, including Wine Spectator and Robert Parker, but wines that also get excellent reviews from our own team of qualified wine experts and are considered the best on the market by most consumers.
Join our 90 Cellars Wine Club and get great wine delivered to your home on a regular basis! It is also one of the best gifts you can give to a wine lover.
Your Wine Subscription Includes:
- 2 bottles of the very best hand-selected, handcrafted 90+ point wine from both the USA (especially from California – from Napa Valley or Sonoma Coast) and other countries in the world (like France, Italy, or New Zealand)
- Free ground shipping on all wine club shipments directly to your doorstep, a friend, family member, or client
- A huge variety of products appreciated in the wine business – even the most demanding palate should be satisfied
- Winery tasting notes on the wines, wine tips, and insights into the wine scene
- Access to a Personal Wine Consultant to answer your wine questions and make food pairing suggestions based on advanced wine education
- Our 100% ‘No Bad Bottle’ Guarantee – every shipment is properly secured
- Discounts on re-orders – you can get even more excellent wine at a great price with the same level of convenience
Wines You Can Get In Your 90+ Subscription
As with every wine subscription, it is all about trying out new tastes, of course! For this reason, you can expect wine from a different producer and of a different kind every time you unpack the box. Some examples are as follows:
This is a very popular classic red wine made from black-skinned grapes (the name is actually a French term translating as “black pine cone“) that can be cultivated only in a very specific cooler climate. It is hard to grow them, but it allows the winemakers to achieve an amazing level of complexity and elegance of taste. Pinot noir wines originate from the region of France called Burgundy, but now it is also cultivated in such places as:
- Marlborough and Martinborough (New Zealand)
- The Carneros, Central Coast, Sonoma Coast (California, the USA)
- Willamette Valley (Oregon, the USA)
- Yarra Valley (Australia)
- Walker Bay and Elgin (South Africa)
This white wine gained its appreciation mostly thanks to winemakers from the French regions of the Loire Valley and Bordeaux. Its name translates as “wild white” and it can be easily distinguished from Chardonnay or other white wines as it has clear green and herbaceous flavors.
As this great wine is made from one of the most widely planted grapes in many places in the world, it is available in a wide variety of flavors and styles.
When the USA was getting crazier and crazier about Bordeaux wines in the past, clever American winemakers decided to start producing them domestically. However, they weren’t allowed to print the name ‘Bordeaux’ on the label, so they came up with their own name, although they were using French grapes and the same techniques.
It evolved into a really great wine with a full fruit profile – it has flavors of blackberry, black cherry, blackcurrant, and other black fruits. Among secondary flavors, there are cedar, clove, and vanilla. These wines have excellent aging potential, and as a result, they can develop tertiary flavors, including tobacco and coffee.
Malbec is a full-bodied, dry red wine that is known for its dark, inky color, and intense flavors. It is primarily grown in the Mendoza region of Argentina, but you can also find it in other parts of the globe, such as France, Chile, and the United States.
Malbec wines are typically deep purple or ruby-red in color, with aromas of black fruits such as blackberry, black cherry, and plum, as well as hints of chocolate, vanilla, and oak. On the palate, Malbec wines are known for their rich and bold flavors, with a smooth, velvety texture and medium to high tannins.
Syrah is a full-bodied red wine that is known for its dark, opaque color and rich, complex flavors. The Syrah grape is believed to have originated in the Rhône Valley of France, but it is now grown in many other regions of the world, including Australia, South Africa, California, and Washington State.
Syrah wines typically have aromas of dark fruit, such as blackberry and plum, as well as spicy notes of black pepper, cinnamon, and licorice. They are known for their bold, powerful flavors, with a range of fruit, spice, and earthy notes. They often have medium to high tannins, which give the wine structure and a slightly rough texture.
Would you like to try excellent premium wines from various categories? Don’t wait, and sign up for our subscription for 90+ wines! We hope our exclusive wine club will meet all of your expectations.